The much-awaited Oscars took place Sunday night and truly in every frame, the show was worth the wait. From the gorgeous ladies walking down the red-carpet in mesmerizing styles, the highly anticipated awards ceremony to the delightful speeches, it was a package of fashion and fun. Check out who wore what to the Oscars here with us-
With ‘A Star Is Born’, Lady Gag sure earned a loud applaud for her splendid performance and album. For the Oscar’s, Lady Gaga went classy with a strapless black Alexander McQueen gown. With long leather gloves, diamond jewelry and a tight hair bun, she looked her admirable fashionable self.
The ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ star Constance Wu went summery with her style at the Oscars. She opted for a pleated off-shoulder flowing gown in yellow by Versace. With striking manicure, lip hue and sleek updo, she rounded her bright style.
Doing the expected red-carpet gown style with the perfect train was Charlize Theron at the Oscars in Dior. Adding pearls, she tossed in the right amount of elegance and class. Although we wish it was a bright or dark majestic hue, the powder blue faired well on the diva and the red-carpet.
For Oscars, Michelle Yeoh opted for an Elie Saab off-shoulder gown that fused together a neutral hue with metallic embellishments. Tagging a metallic clutch and subtle diamond jewelry with her style, she looked stunning.
The leading star of ‘The Wife’, Glenn Close just showed us that age is just a number with her youthful style at Oscars. Wearing a long cape golden gown by Carolina Herrera, Glenn Close graced the Oscars with her most fashionable foot forward.
While Glenn Close chose to be the golden girl of the evening, Jennifer Lopez took up silver as her hue for the event in play. In a Tom Ford bodycon gown with intricate shimmering work, Jennifer Lopez attended the grand event looking marvelous. With a golden box clutch, smokey eyes and nude lips, she closed her ensemble.
The lady who won our admiration with her role as the Queen in The Favorite, Olivia Colman graced the Oscars looking stunning. In a jade green, sheer full-sleeved gown and wrap-around train, both by Prada, she attended the event confident of winning and looking absolutely gorgeous.
Smart yet sexy with her style was Rachel Weisz. The diva opted for a red gown with the top featured as a raincoat, both by Givenchy. Although it caught us off guard, we liked the quirky, smart move of the diva. With a Cartier headpiece, she looked fab!
The Roma star, Yalitza Aparicio has been showing us great fashion styles and her Oscars red-carpet style is one we couldn’t look away from. She rocked a mint green one-shouldered gown by Rodarte for the evening. With minimal accessories and nude makeup, she rounded her style.
Ashley Graham flaunted her hour glass figure in a strapless black gown by Zac Posen at the Oscars. With Kohl defined eyes, dazzling diamonds, a sleek updo and nude lips, she sure caught every onlookers undivided attention.
Bold and beautiful was Regina King in a strapless white slit gown by Oscar de la Renta. Love the way the outfit slid from slit to train. With sparkling jewels, white pumps and a dazzling smile, she charmed her way at Oscars.
Once again proving her talent with her impeccable performance in ‘The Favorite’ Emma Stone swept us off our feet. For the Oscars, the lovely lady dressed up gorgeous in a shimmering metallic brown gown by Louis Vuitton. Love the fancy sleeves!
Unlike all the diva who rooted for either bodycon gowns or gowns with flowing trains or long capes, Kiki Layne opted for a sheath gown with a dramatic back neckline in Atelier Versace label. With the halter neck gown leading to a quirky bow in the back, the diva played it smart by skipping loud accessories.
For Sarah Paulson, at the Oscars, it was a shocking pink volume filled gown by Brandon Maxwell. With sleek hairdo, sparkling diamonds and nude makeup, she rounded her killer style.
In a world full of ballroom gowns, Awkwafina chose to go classy with a pantsuit style in DSquared. The shimmering pantsuit with a bow was complemented with glittering jewels and metallic clutch.
In a feel good, easy-breezy style by Valentino was Gemma Chan at the Oscars 2019. With the outfit being overly loaded, the diva chose to skip loud accessories, keeping it simple and sweet. With sleek updo, fuller brows and nude lips, she looked awesome.
Hope you all had a good time catching up with Oscars!
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